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Local theology for the global church

Matthew Cook

Local theology for the global church

principles for an evangelical approach to contextualization

by Matthew Cook

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Published by World Evangelical Alliance Theological Commission in Pasadena .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Matthew Cook [... et al.].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV2063 .L45 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24553820M
ISBN 109780878081110
LC Control Number2010021964

Flourishing, long-term, mutual relationships strengthen the worldwide Lutheran community as they deepen our global mission engagement. The church-to-church relationship between the ELCA and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, for example, includes 20 more relationships between ELCA synods and Tanzanian dioceses. In the past I posted on an interesting book by Robert J. Schreiter titled Constructing Local Theologies (Orbis Books, ). In my previous post I discussed Schreiter and his ideas related to local theologies as follows: Schreiter is a Catholic theologian who is part of the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. I found his Catholic perspective, as well as his theological and cultural savvy to.

A church is a Christian religious organization or congregation or community that meets in a particular location. Many are formally organized, with constitutions and by-laws, maintain offices, are served by clergy or lay leaders, and, in nations where this is permissible, often seek non-profit corporate status.. Local churches often relate with, affiliate with, or consider themselves to be. We understand that Local Outreach has a positive impact on the community, but more importantly, it fulfills the Biblical mission of our church to share the gospel through loving others. Since GBC participates in a variety of outreach ministries, we wanted to put something together that .

  Walk into Capitol Hill Baptist Church’s “bookstall” and you’ll find these books on biblical theology for sale: D. A. Carson, For the Love of God, volumes 1 and 2 (Crossway, , ). Subtitled “A Daily Companion for Discovering the Riches of God’s Word,” these daily devotions line up, in slightly modified form, with Robert. Review of “Theology for the Global Church” Student Travis Myers has reviewed a noteworthy book exploring theology and missiology, Local Theology for the Global Church: Principles for an Evangelical Approach to Contextualization. His review can be found in .


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One of the refreshing voices in the evangelical community is the World Evangelical Alliance, under which this theological work was commissioned. This book is useful for missiologists, theologians, ministers, and professors. Its chapters acknowledge the universality of the global church while emphasizing the need for theology to accurately communicate to local cultures.

As the church in the global south continues to grow at a rapid pace, the question of how to develop local theologies becomes more and more urgent. This book charts a path forward through exegetical, theological and cultural analysis by scholars who are wrestling with the issues in their own situations around the globe/5(2).

This book charts a path forward through exegetical, theological and cultural analysis by scholars who are wrestling with the issues in their own situations around the As the church in the global south Local theology for the global church book to grow at a rapid pace, the question of how to develop local theologies becomes more and more urgent/5(13).

Doing Local Theology $ CODE: Clemens Sedmak is professor of social ethics in the Keough School of Global Affairs at Notre Dame and concurrent professor at Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns.

He is the author of A Church of the Poor: Pope Francis and the Transformation of Orthodoxy (Orbis). Book Details.

As the church in the global south continues to grow at a rapid pace, the question of how to develop local theologies becomes more and more urgent. This book charts a path forward through exegetical, theological and cultural analysis by scholars who are wrestling with the issues in their own situations aro.

Clemens Sedmak's Doing Local Theology, presents the construction of "local theologies" as an enterprise that is not just for Latin Americans, Asians, or Africans. Nor just for theologians. Instead, it is the art of thinking theologically about any local church and implementing a process that grounds people intentionally and aesthetically in the /4(7).

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Known for his groundbreaking approach to theology–theology for the global missional community–Hill shows how God is releasing his global church to mission, across all cultures and Christian traditions. Resource Paper for the Global Theology Conference, Church of the Nazarene, Johannesburg, South Africa, March, “Radically Different—Fully Engaged: The Church as the Embodiment of the Gospel in Its Local Context,” John A.

Knight Theology Conference, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, April, "This book is an invaluable addition to the growing literature on global theology. It is well suited for use as a textbook for seminary classes on the contextualization and globalization of theology, as it exposes students to a representative range of theologies, sensitive evaluations of the current state of local theology in each context, and provides a framework for thinking about these.

Local Theology for the Global Church: Principles for an Evangelical Approach to Contextualization () by Matthew Cook, Rob Haskell, Ruth JulianPages: The Global Church Project invites often unheard voices from around the world to enter into a powerful global conversation about the shape of church and mission in the 21st century.

We help you learn from the insights, theologies, practices, and wisdom of World Christianity. Get this from a library. Local theology for the global church: principles for an evangelical approach to contextualization. [Matthew A Cook; Rob Haskell; Ruth Julian; Natee Tanchanpongs;] -- "As the church in the global south continues to grow at a rapid pace, the question of how to develop local theologies becomes more and more urgent.

This book charts a path forward through exegetical. Local Theology for the Global Church: Principles for an Evangelical Approach to Contextualization.

Pasadena: William Carey Library Publishers, © Material Type. "Global Mission" is divided into two sections: the first, Reflections and Foundations, comprises nine essays of a more general nature; the second, Contextualization at Work, contains twenty one essays of a more specific nature, most of them case studies from /5.

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Local Theology for the Global Church is a pioneering effort by eleven evangelical theologians attempting to develop a contextual theology which is still faithful to scripture. They gathered as a think tank in Oxford in to present and discuss papers.

He is the co-editor of Theology, Mission and Child: Global Perspectives (Oxford: Regnum, ) and has published various book chapters and journal articles.

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